Sany delivers concrete machinery to Jordan customer
29 Aug 2022
Batch of more than 20 units of concrete pumps and transit mixers selected after “meticulous consideration” and come with service engineers and trainers on-site
Sany has delivered a batch of its C10-generation truck-mounted concrete pumps and its lightweight truck mixer to a customer in Jordan.
The Chinese equipment giant said the order numbered more than 20 units combined of the transit mixers and concrete pumps, and all units met Euro III emission norms.
The delivery followed the customer organising a tour in China in 2021 to search for the best concrete machinery manufacturer to suit its needs and finally settling on becoming a key account of Sany.
Sany quoted an official from the Jordanian customer as saying: “In order to minimise potential risks, we decided to go for what we identified as the leading brand in the industry after meticulous consideration of all the facts. As a brand, Sany is promising and reassuring to us.”
Sany said its pump trucks are outfitted with “X”-shaped outriggers, offering enhanced terrain adaptability, increased structural strength and better outrigger flexibility compared to traditional swing-out outriggers. Its reduced fuel consumption of up to 5-10% lower than average is another highlight of the C10 pump truck, especially in light of surging oil prices, the Chinese manufacturer added.
The Sany concrete machines supplied to the Jordanian customer are built on Volvo chassis. Despite having long, 62m booms, the pumps feature shock absorption technology which prevents the boom end from excessive shaking.
Sany quoted an operator from the Jordanian customer saying on-site: “Such a long boom with so little shake really makes its operation easier.”
The manufacturer added that its concrete pumps use oil pumps with large-displacement, high-capacity hoppers of up to 700L and wide delivery cylinders. These configurations make Sany pump trucks reduce the risk of pipe blockages. The operators even managed to supply one pump truck with two truck mixers.
Sany added that it has stationed two service engineers on-site with the customer for training and delivery optimisation purposes. This added-on facility has been very well received by the Jordanian client and its fleet of operators.